Application Topic
   >  Installing Linux Software
   >  Using the Ubuntu Software Centre
   >  Using the Fedora Software Centre
   >  Installing from the Software Centre
   >  Remove Software Centre Apps
   >  Checking Software Centre Apps
   >  Installing Apps in Puppy QuickPet
   >  Installing Apps in Puppy Package Manager
   >  Installing Software from the Web
   >  Installing Apps in TinyCore
   >  Installing Apps in Mint
   >  Common Linux Applications
   >  Linux Software Repositories
   >  The OpenOffice Suite
   >  Creating a Simple Document
   >  Updating a Document
   >  Introduction to Spreadsheets
   >  Creating a Simple Spreadsheet
   >  Updating a Spreadsheet
   >  Displaying Data as Graphs
   >  Using the Presentation Wizard
   >  Creating new Slides
   >  Updating Slides
   >  Previewing Slides
   >  Creating Charts
   >  Creating a Diagram
   >  Updating a Diagram
   >  Including Diagrams in Documents
   >  Using Freemind for Mind Mapping
   >  What is Desktop Publishing?
   >  Creating Documents using Scribus
   >  Editing Documents using Scribus
   >  Introducing Video Editing
   >  Uploading Video
   >  Installing Kino
   >  Inserting Scenes in Kino
   >  Cutting Scenes in Kino
   >  Scene Transition in Kino
   >  Locating Scenes in Kino
   >  Exporting Video from Kino
   >  Installing KDEnlive
   >  Configuring KDEnlive
   >  Importing Clips into KDEnlive
   >  Editing Video in KDEnlive
   >  Editing Audio in KDEnlive
   >  Adding Transitions in KDEnlive
   >  Blending Video Tracks in KDEnlive
   >  Pan & Zoom in KDEnlive
   >  Rendering Video in KDEnlive
   >  Video Masking in KDEnlive
   >  Editing Audio with Audacity
   >  Editing Audio in KDEnlive
   >  Screen Capture using KDEnlive
   >  Using RecordMyDesktop
   >  Using Istanbul
   >  Using FFMPEG
   >  Internet Terminology
   >  Installing a Browser
   >  Navigating the Web
   >  Searching the Web
   >  An Introduction to Animation
   >  Animation using KDEnlive
   >  Animating Photo using GIMP
   >  Animation using Pencil
   >  An Introduction to Synfig Studio
   >  Importing Images into Synfig
   >  Applying Transformation in Synfig
   >  Keyframe Animation in Synfig
   >  Rendering & Exporting in Synfig
   >  Choosing a Printer
   >  Installing Printers
   >  Troubleshooting Printer Problems
   >  Linux Games
   >  First Person Shooters
   >  Third Person Shooters
   >  Driving Games
   >  Simulation Games
   >  Backing Up your Data
   >  Writing to CD or DVD
   >  Accounting Using GnuCash
   >  Creating an Email Account
   >  Using Evolution
   >  Using Thunderbird
   >  Using Chat Accounts
   >  Using Social Media
   >  Receiving Podcasts
   >  Downloading a Podcast
   >  Listening to a Podcast
   >  Downloading to an MP3 Player
   >  Locating Podcasts
   >  Locating Other Audio Media
   >  Podcast Recommendations
   >  Listening to Internet Radio
   >  Adding a new Internet Radio Station
   >  Finding Internet Radio Stations
   >  Playing CDs
   >  Uploading CDs
   >  Downloading to a Portable Device
   >  Purchasing Music from Other Sources
   >  Uploading CDs with Sound Juicer
   >  Watching DVDs
   >  Dealing with Copy Protection
   >  Uploading DVDs to your PC
   >  Downloading to a Portable Device
   >  What is Video Calling?
   >  Buying a Webcam
   >  Setting up a Webcam
   >  Testing your Webcam
   >  Installing Skype
   >  Running Skype
   >  Testing Skype Audio
   >  Testing Skype Video
   >  Adding and Calling Skype Contacts
   >  Installing GIMP
   >  Creating Images with GIMP
   >  Editing Images with GIMP
   >  Uploading Photos from a Camera
   >  Photo Management with Shotwell
   >  Can I Run Adobe Photoshop?
   >  Viewing and Tweaking RAW Images
   >  Enhancing Photos Using GIMP
   >  Applying Effects to your Photos
   >  Using Layer Masks
   >   GIMP verses Adobe Photoshop
   >  Tracking Tasks in Tomboy
   >  Tracking Tasks in GTG
   >  Tracking Tasks in Evolution
   >  Keeping Your Appointments
   >  Scheduling Meetings
   >  Index of Sections

 

Linux Application Guide Strap Line

The Best Linux Applications for your PC!

Learner PC 

The guide comprises numerous step-by-step guides to installing and using the best Linux applications available for your PC! The left hand pane displays topics covering common PC tasks, which can then be expanded to view articles within each topic.

Like most things Linux, almost all software available for Linux is offered under a GNU open-source licence, meaning it is free to download and use on as many PCs as you like!

The guide is intended for users new to computers and Linux. As a result, we have endeavoured to keep the articles short and simple if at all possible - and provide links to other sites if more detail is required. We aim to show how to achieve all the things a typical desktop user will want to do, normally via step by step screenshots where possible.

We hope this guide shows that it's perfectly possible to run all your daily tasks from a machine running solely Linux and that it encourages more people to investigate Linux further and start using it at home!

Browse our list of application topics if you cannot find what you are looking for!

HomeSite IndexDesktop GuideServer GuideHints and TipsHardware CornerVideo SectionContact Us

 sitelock verified Firefox Download Button